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Renting cars in Sri Lanka

Renting cars in Sri Lanka is a fairly straightforward process with many rental options to choose from and most car rental companies allow transactions to be completed online for added convenience. Rental rates vary depending on the vehicle hired, the duration of the rental and other factors but are generally reasonably priced, with some companies offering discounts on long-term hires.

Several rental companies boast a vast fleet of vehicles to choose from, depending on the renters needs, from self-driven rentals to chauffeur-driven vehicles for tours, corporate and VIP uses, weddings and other events.

With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Malkey rentals offers high levels of customer service quality and a highly personalised service to all their customers. With one of the largest and most modern and varied fleets in Sri Lanka, their service is also backed by a networked front office, fully-fledged mechanical servicing and valet servicing onsite.

For those with a non-Sri Lankan license, Shineway Rent-a-Car can assist the non-resident renter, who does not have a Sri Lankan licence to obtain a temporary license from the Department of Motor Traffic for the course of the stay in Sri Lanka. They include this service free-of-charge to clients who rent a vehicle from them for a minimum period of two weeks. When this condition is not met, a charge of $6 is applicable per temporary license issued.

Kapruka car rentals also offer a premier car rental reservation system with reservations made in real time and furthermore, renters receive directions to the pickup location in Colombo, reservation number and contact telephone numbers sent to their e-mail soon after the reservation is made.

 

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